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Lena Menstrual Cup

$31.99

The Lena Cup is a healthy and sustainable alternative to pads and tampons. The cup is bell shaped to sit comfortably in your vagina and collect your flow without leaks. Lena Cup is inserted like a tampon and the ridges on the stem make it easy to remove. Lena Cup can be used at any age and lets you stay active and comfortable whether you're swimming, dancing or running. Lena Cup is made from 1 00% medical-grade silicone and dyes for a healthy period. 
Comes in 2 sizes:
  • Small: Good for normal flow
  • Large: Good for heavy flow
Made in California

Customer Reviews

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Menstruation sensation

Messy and awkward at first but after a few goes it’s my new best menstrual friend. The hardest part for me was getting it out and I had a few mini panic attacks. Now I can get it out relatively easily - after one cycle. No leaks, less mess, and very low waste. I would highly recommend.

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M.M.
Somewhat tricky at first but worth it!

I was so excited to try this menstrual cup in order to help my efforts to produce less waste but also for convenience during my period. I am happy to report that this cup has made a considerable difference in the amount of waste produced during that time of the month but also in time spent dealing with my period in general. It can be worn for 12 hours at a time which means I am carefree most of the day! One thing I struggled with at first is removing the cup. It can be difficult for me to locate based on where it rests for me but I have figured out a system now.

J
J.S.
Lena cup

100% recommend trying the Lena cup. I'll take this over tampons any day.

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K.I.
Learning to love it

I've only used it a couple of times, it's definitely an adjustment compared to tampons but I am satisfied with the product and happy to have a more sustainable option.

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T.
A new experience I wish I’d had sooner

It’s a little strange using a menstrual cup for the first few times, and you definitely have to be comfortable getting up close and personal (and a little messy), but the benefits outweigh the drawbacks. I wish I had started this years ago. It’s much cheaper than pads or tampons and there is no waste for a landfill, which I love. Make sure you boil it before using and after each period (instructions are included for how to do that). I found my cramps were much less than with tampons, except for the first time when I inserted it incorrectly. If it’s hurting, take it out and try again. You shouldn’t feel it really at all. My one wish is that the little tail part was easier to grip. A loop or a flatter tail with a gripping surface would be better. It can be tricky to do it all the first few times, but, once you get the hang of it, it’s great!